electric mobility wave is yet to take off in India, but Audi India is ready
with its products for the well heeled. The company launched India’s first
electric supercars - Audi e-tron GT and Audi RS e-tron GT. These electric cars
will cost Rs 1,79,90,000 and Rs 2,04,99,000 (ex showroom) respectively. These
are the fourth & fifth electric vehicle launch in two months under the Audi
Audi e-tron GT is an all new fully electric sports car. The Audi RS e-tron GT
is unlike any other RS – it is the most powerful series production Audi ever
electric motors churn a maximum power output of 475 kW with 830Nm torque in
Audi RS e-tron GT and 390kW with 630 Nm torque in Audi e-tron GT . The Audi RS
e-tron GT goes from 0-100Kmh in 3.3 seconds and the Audi e-tron GT takes 4.1
a single charge, the range is 401 – 481 km for the Audi RS e-tron GT and
388–500 km for the Audi e-tron GT (WLTP combined)
high power charging with 800 Volt technology with up to 270kW DC charging
power, allows charging from 5% to 80% in approx. 22 mins
models boast of Adaptive Air Suspension, Tungsten Carbide Brake Calipers for
better heat dissipation and reduced dust, Launch Control (Boost Function),
quattro with controlled rear differential lock and e-tron Acoustic Sound
Generator with Sports Sound
for the exterior, it has Active Rear spoiler, Fixed Panoramic sunroof, Matrix
LED Headlamps with Laser and dynamic light sequencing, LED Rear Combination
lamps with dynamic turn indicators and Heated Ext Mirrors Electrically,
adjustable, folding, auto dimming with memory.
consists of Air Quality package, Nappa leather upholstery, 18 Way adjustable
Sports seats Pro with Massager and Seat Ventilation in the front, ambient
Lighting package, 3-zone air-conditioning and Comfort key. Infotainment
consists of Audi Virtual Cockpit, MMI Navigation Plus with touch, B&O
Premium Sound System with 3D sound, Audi Smartphone Interface and Audi Phone
Box with wireless Charging.
assist mechanism features quattro with
controlled rear differential lock, Lane Departure Warning, Park Assist Plus
with 360 Degree Cameras, ESC, ABS / ABD / Traction Control
Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India, said, “Today is a milestone day for us as we
launch India’s first electric supercars. This is our fourth and fifth electric
vehicle launch since July ’21 and we couldn’t be more excited for our
customers. The Audi e-tron GT and the Audi RS e-tron GT are the ultimate brand
shapers from Audi
These two four door coupes symbolize our DNA and our ambition to shape the future
of premium mobility.”
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